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There are dozens of low ground covers and creeping perennials resilient enough to withstand being walked on -- in fact, some thrive underfoot. Notice how much (or little) the pathway you're thinking of planting is used. Then select varieties with similar growth rates, water needs, and sun conditions.

Pathway Perennials---There are dozens of low ground covers and creeping perennials resilient enough to withstand being walked on. Notice how much (or little) the pathway you're thinking of planting is used and choose the right perennial for your pathway.

Dianthus simulans, rock garden, mountain regions. Silver Creek Garden.

malformalady: “ Alpine pink(Dianthus alpinus) forms a low cushion or bun of bright green grassy leaves. The wheel-shaped flowers are unusually large, resting just above the leaves in late spring, in shades of soft to deep pink or salmon.

Quercus garryana var. brewrei  leaves and acrons

brewrei leaves and acrons

NPIN: Quercus texana (Nuttall oak)

NPIN: Quercus texana (Nuttall oak)

Quercus canariensis (Quejigo moruno, roble andaluz)

Quercus canariensis (Quejigo moruno, roble andaluz)

Algerian Oak, (Quercus canariensis) Notable Tree

Cornwall Park: Auckland, New Zealand

Quercus robur 'Fastigiata'

Quercus robur Fastigiata A tough, columnar form of English Oak suitable for screening or avenue purposes, parks or as a street tree.